PeaceHealth To Receive 50 First-Dose COVID Vaccines This Week

Posted March 20, 2021 at 5:00 am by

From Peace­Health

On March 17, the Wash­ing­ton State Depart­ment of Health expand­ed vac­ci­na­tion to peo­ple in the Phase 1B Tier 2 eli­gi­bil­i­ty category.

This cat­e­go­ry includes high-risk crit­i­cal work­ers who work in cer­tain con­gre­gate set­tings: agri­cul­ture; fish­ing ves­sel crews; food pro­cess­ing; gro­cery stores; cor­rec­tions; pris­ons, jails or deten­tion cen­ters; pub­lic tran­sit; remain­ing first respon­ders, and peo­ple 16 years or old­er who are preg­nant or have a dis­abil­i­ty that puts them at high risk for severe COVID-19 illness.

In Fri­day Har­bor, Peace­Health Peace Island Med­ical Cen­ter will receive 50 Pfiz­er pri­ma­ry, or first, dos­es this week and a less­er amount of boost­er, or sec­ond doses.

As of Wednes­day, March 17, peo­ple in the 1B2 eli­gi­bil­i­ty cat­e­go­ry are able to make appoint­ments to receive the vaccine.

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One comment...

  1. Too lit­tle, too late.

    Comment by Todd a Ekstrom on March 20, 2021 at 12:04 pm

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